is. so, yes, i think i am, i have -- i wish we could get those manufacturing jobs back and make it easier, honestly. >> women are doing better. there's no question they've improved their positions socially and economically. on the other hand, there is a wage gap, for example, and you can quibble over the numbers, but i think most people agree that women earn less for the same job than men do. you don't see women in the high-profile executive positions at the same rate that you see men. how do you explain that if women are doing so well? >> well, one of my chapters in the book talks about the top and the barriers for women, basically. how we're still a society uncomfortable with female power and a particular kind of aggressive dominant power. so in the book i give specific tips for women about how to get over this and move to the other side, basically, because we're close to a tipping point. there are, you know, 51% of managers right now are women. managers and professionals. and so women are climbing up, but there are issues. issues having to do with the structure of the workplace, child care, and our feelings about powerful women basically. >> there's a social aspect to this, as well.